the old “confidence is attractive” thing is only true if there is also a physical connection-otherwise the man comes off as a creep to the vast majority of women.besides, without any inkling of success, how does one even sustain any semblance of confidence in the first place?this may be good advice for those who are considered reasonably attractive by societal standards (or perhaps maybe even merely not un-attractive) but there is a segment of the population who is for the most part undateable.
Her service is exactly what the title suggests: You have to know someone who knows her.
Clients are by referral only; you're ostensibly introduced to a potential mate by someone you know.
It was originally conceived as a pen-pal network for everyone.
There were no membership fees and the system operated on user donations.
Which is why, when I heard about a friend who tried a matchmaker (yes, an actual, kind-you-see-in-movies matchmaker), I thought, "What the hell?
"After asking around, I decided to use a Toronto-based service called Six Degrees Introductions founded by self-proclaimed matchmaker Julie Ritchie.
i speak from many years of experience as an older, introverted short man with a shaved head who’s only redeeming quality when it comes to attractiveness is being in excellent physical shape.
better to just accept the fact that not everyone is capable of finding mutually fulfilling companionship and to get used to living alone without physical intimacy than to subject one’s self to the inevitable frustrations and failures of OLD-not to mention the expense.
It's kind of old-fashioned, but that's what I liked about it.